Services for Clayton A. McKay, co-founder of McKay's Clothing in South Buffalo, will be conducted at 9:30 a.m. Friday in the Nightengale Funeral Home, 1884 South Park Ave. Burial will be in Lakeside Memorial Park, Hamburg.
McKay, 72, died Sunday (Dec. 9, 1990) in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where he had lived for the last four years.
He was born in Buffalo and graduated from Kenmore High School. He served in the Army Air Forces from 1943 to 1945 and was stationed in England during World War II.
He was a former Golden Gloves champion boxer.
McKay worked for 35 years at Ford Motor Co. as an hourly wage administrator, retiring in 1975. In 1973, he and his son Bruce founded McKay's Clothing.
He was head wagon master of the Ford Wagon Train and a member of Harvey D. Morin Post 2940, Veterans of Foreign Wars; Sprudels Club, and the Crab Catchers of West Seneca.
Besides his son Bruce of Orchard Park, he is survived by another son, Michael V. of Cranbury, N.J., and a daughter, Marcy.